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    Default When did Damian sue Tim for control over Wayne Enterprises?

    Hello,
    when did this event happen?
    https://www.cbr.com/batman-damian-wa...t-things-done/
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    Lol, I hear about that for the first time, seemingly forgot about that. But probably it happened during Morrison's run, while Dick was Batman.
    By the way, Bruce made it possible for all four to inherit the company and his entire fortune, as it became known recently. They're all his heirs.

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    Yea it was revealed that Dick, Tim, Damian and Jason

    https://www.cbr.com/batman-bruce-way...beneficiaries/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgoth View Post
    Lol, I hear about that for the first time, seemingly forgot about that. But probably it happened during Morrison's run, while Dick was Batman.
    By the way, Bruce made it possible for all four to inherit the company and his entire fortune, as it became known recently. They're all his heirs.
    Don't recall that in Morrison's Batman since Dick and Damian were handling the story line where WE had corporate issues. Damian took control and sorted it out. Bruce later thanked him for saving the comp finances in Batman Inc 1


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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterff View Post
    Hello,
    when did this event happen?
    https://www.cbr.com/batman-damian-wa...t-things-done/
    Here Nr.6
    Not such but Batman inc 1 references a story where Damian gets involved in WE so that might have a story title and issue

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    jason wasn't one of the heirs at the time cass maybe jason was still dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmax99 View Post
    jason wasn't one of the heirs at the time cass maybe jason was still dead
    He was definitely alive at the time.

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    When Tim was off in the Middle East...

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    I wish Cass was still Bruce's daughter

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    He was definitely alive at the time.
    yes jason was alive but he was still legally dead

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    Quote Originally Posted by thwhtGuardian View Post
    He was definitely alive at the time.
    Then he was the phychotic and muderous

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    "As Dick and Damian go through various events together, such as against the Black Mask, the Blackest Night and a rogue Batman clone-corpse, the two bond even more, prompting Talia to give over control of the monitor to Deathstroke who tries to use it to kill Dick. Working together, Dick and Damian manage to stop Deathstroke. As Dick cares little for the financial problems of Wayne Enterprises, despite inheriting it from Bruce along with Tim, Damian decides to involve himself and manages to impress the board of directors. While he does not file a lawsuit against Dick, due to Grayson not being named the heir of Wayne Enterprises, but rather a high-ranking member, he does against Tim, who was named the heir to Wayne Enterprises.[43]"

    This is the article from Wikipedia. On Wikipedia, source number 43 is Batman & Robin vol. 3 #10 (March 2010)
    This is page from Batman & Robin vol. 3 #10 (March 2010) about Damian in WE boardroom.




    So yeah. I'm as lost as you about on what issue Damian sued Tim for the control of Wayne Enterprises. Anyone knows?
    By the way, Damian looks so old on this panel
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    sorry, forgot to apply this panel. Damian's stunt on boardroom was mentioned, but there's no mention of him sued Tim. And it's impossible that Damian sued Tim on that meeting because he said they're had to agree with him, but Tim is still CEO on Red Robin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light of Justice View Post


    sorry, forgot to apply this panel. Damian's stunt on boardroom was mentioned, but there's no mention of him sued Tim. And it's impossible that Damian sued Tim on that meeting because he said they're had to agree with him, but Tim is still CEO on Red Robin.

    Red Robin was the title that contained that Tim as Heir. Non of the batman titles mention that nor was he ever shown to have anything to do with WE in the Batman books. Dick was the one named in the Batman books. Dick was the one that the JL contacted when the Hush saga started.

    I just ignore Red Robin since just like the whole Tim figured out that Bruce wasn't really dead, it's version of the story is greatly contradicted by the Batman titles. Those titles show how Dick and Alfred figured out that Bruce was still alive due to the fake corpse. They found the clues that Bruce left for them from back in time.

    I ignore the Red Robin narrative because it just raises questions when read alongside the story in the various Batman titles.

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    Damian sues Tim. Now I want to read that story.

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